OnePlus has teased the latest smartphone from them for a long time and we finally get to see the smartphone officially. The OnePlus 7T has been officially announced and we can say that this is the OnePlus 7 Pro for masses. You might be able to recall that OnePlus launched its OnePlus 7 series which came with the OnePlus 7 and OnePlus 7 Pro. The OnePlus 7 was basically a refresh of the OnePlus 6T while the OnePlus 7 Pro was a different phone altogether. The OnePlus 7 Pro had a 90Hz refresh rate, Quad HD display, triple rear cameras and more.
Now, we can say that most of those features are available on the OnePlus 7T. You get a 90Hz refresh rate display, triple rear cameras as well as a faster-charging technology. The only thing missing is a Quad HD panel as the OnePlus 7T has a Full HD+ AMOLED display. As far as the OnePlus 7T is concerned, you also get an upgraded Snapdragon 855+ processor inside it. The RAM and storage of the device have been upgraded for the base variant as you get a minimum of 8GB RAM and 128GB storage.
Regarding the camera system on OnePlus 7T, it has been said that it is same as the OnePlus 7 Pro. Because you get a 48MP primary camera, a telephoto lens along with Super Macro mode as well as a new ultra-wide camera. However, the one thing that will be different is the design of OnePlus 7T as compared to the OnePlus 7 series. We have a circular camera design where the three-camera system is rested. And there are divided opinions on this camera system because some like it while some don’t. Talking about the price, OnePlus 7T’s base variant starts at just $599 which gets you almost the same phone as a OnePlus 7 Pro which costs $100 more.
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